Technology for Language Teachers
This course is also available online
Mon to Fri
15 a week
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Technology for Language Teachers is aimed at teachers who want to use more technology in the classroom to expand the learning experience of learners. The tutor will lead practical workshops and debates based on an aspect of language teaching and learning with technology.
You will focus on a range of technologically-enhanced classroom activities considering the learning theories that underpin them. Furthermore, it will explore teaching issues relevant to the basic context while teaching in the classroom.
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Who is the course for?
This program is appropriate for language teachers who want to use more technology to boost the learning experience of their students.
Course Sample programme
Essential skills when implementing & using technology in the language classroom -How will technologies improve my students’ learning
Getting students producing and consuming text in digital environments
Integrating image with text. Multimodality and reading strategies for electronic texts
Improving listening and speaking skills using audio-based activities
Creating meaningful and engaging multimedia experiences using video-based content
Exploring new written genres created by the internet and improving students’ e-writing abilities
Online tools and technology-enhanced activities to aid vocabulary learning
A technology-supported approach to grammar teaching
Computer-aided pronunciation and integrating technology into phonology work
Supporting work with technology and a look at PBLT (project-based language teaching) and its many benefits.
*Please note that the course content may be subject to change due to latest methodology trends updates.
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